Our past Miss World Cayman Islands Contestants



Marlena Wiliams

Sponsored by Baby Express

20 year old Marlena Williams is from the Island’s original capital, Bodden Town. She attended Clifton Hunter High School where she competed as a middle-distance track athlete and aspires to study Tourism and Hospitality Management at Johnson and Wales University, Miami. Marlena’s keen interest in photography has recently led her into modelling. Most recently, she modelled in the NKY fashion show in support of the charity Big Brothers Big Sisters. Marlena is also passionate about mental health and regularly practises grounding – a guided mediation technique. While, admittedly, she can be reserved, she enjoys stepping out of her “comfort zone” in order to grow as a person.

Kevie-Ann Pierre

Sponsored by A.P.S. Security

19 year old Kevie-Ann Pierre is from the historic Bodden Town. She is a former Clifton Hunter student and the oldest of her siblings. Kevie-Ann tries to live “Caymankind” and has previously supported Meals on Wheels and performed in a talent show at The Pines retirement home. Pageantry has always been a passion of her, and she is living proof that young women can always have a second chance if they stay determined: Kevie-Ann entered Miss Teen in 2016 and in 2017 but won the crown in 2018! Currently completing an Associate’s degree in Business Administration at University College of the West Indies, she aspires to be a graphic designer and leave her mark on the world!

Tatyana Salazar

Sponsored by Marmee

21 year old, former John Gray High School student, Tatyana Salazar, is from, the place she considers her number one home, West Bay. Currently working as an Administrator for an insurance firm, she aspires to obtain a degree in marketing. Tatyana has a passion for poetry and singing and was once a reading mentor within her role ‘as a Key Club member’. She is kind and compassionate and loves the diversity of Cayman. Her mother is her greatest role model who has taught Tatyana that you can overcome any hardship in life.

Shaquin Denay Rankin

Sponsored by Prosolar Systems

18 year old Shaquin Rankine is proud to be from Cayman’s beautiful East End. From a young age, she would play pageantry with friends and siblings and now she is living her dream. Shaquin attended Clifton Hunter High School and is currently on a gap semester from UCCI. While at school, she represented Cayman as a member of the national football team. Shaquin aspires to obtain a degree in marketing and to travel the big, wide world. Moved by the death of her beloved brother, Tony, in 2017, she now has a strong and positive focus on using one’s adversities to strengthen and build character. Shaquin wants to make her brother proud of her!